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Burning Feeling In My Foot Symptoms
I been feeling a weird feeling in my foot and hands.. They have this burning &hurting feeling and cold water fell on my feet and they burn. Plz help?
Burning hands &feet: When there is a sudden change in sensation, it is a signal that something is happening to your nervous system. It should be investigated by a neurologist and a Foot Specialist who can differentiate these sensations from a mono neuropathy or a poly neuropathy. Do you have any systemic diseases such as Diabetes? Diabetes can also cause weird sensations. ...Read more
What causes burning under the foot near the ball of the foot(only one foot)? I don't know if my question was seen since i asked the question more than 24 hours ago, so i'll be more specific. This burning feeling under my foot happens often. In fact i wa
There : There are several different possibilities for this: 1. If you are having pain when you walk, it could be a morton's neuroma (this is a benign-noncancerous condition). It is basically a nerve ending that gets too big. It does not hurt if you push on it and is treated with steroid injection. 2. If it hurts when you walk, it could be plantar fasciitis also. This is usually more of the whole bottom of the foot that hurts. 3. It could be a neurologic issue; your nerves are sending messages for some reason that are abnormal. You should have a medical evaluation by a family practitioner or internist to get their opinion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For the last 3 years I've had short sharp pain in groin, right side when I put foot down, this comes and goes, also burning feeling in groin area?
I recently started working at a carwash so my feet are constantly wet. I have a burning feeling in the ball of my foot. Is it from the water exposure?
Burning feet: It could be from prolonged water exposure. If your shoes are consistently wet and you are wearing no or wet socks, you may be causing some shearing forces (think about 2 sheets of paper rubbing over each other) this can cause a burning sensation and blisters! bring an extra pair of dry socks and shoes, in addition to some water shoes to see if this helps. If it gets worse see a podiatrist. ...Read more
Nerve impingement : There could be many reasons for burning pain, but most relate to nerves in your foot. One possible reason is impingement by the specific shoe. I treated a long distance runner with possibly same symptoms as you. Try using vaseline on your skin at the location and vaseline on your sock. This will allow gliding. If that doesn't help, see a foot doctor. Hope this helps, please vote for me. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ever since I got shots in my back a couple days after I start feeling burning in the bottom of my foot. Could it be nerve damage?
Contact doctor: Back injections can temporarily help some conditions, but may make others transiently worse. Since I know little about your particulars, propose contacting the injecting doctor. Two possibilities: your back problem is getting worse, or shot caused some local inflammation, radiating to foot. Yet, cannot exclude local foot problem, so, get examined. ...Read more
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